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This writing workshop blends creativity and fun with the written word. Students will be “all in” on the writing process, often with multiple works-in-progress going such as short stories, personal narratives, poetry, journals, and graphic stories. The writers will hone important skills and gain confidence in their abilities, all while having fun with the process.


By infusing joy in the creative writing process, students become more independent  and confident  in their writing ability and will find how fun writing can be.

Students receive individual attention as the group is limited in size to ensure a low teacher-to-student ratio.

The small-group environment of this writing workshop is conductive for learning through the writing process. Student writers of all abilities are celebrated for their self-expression through the written word. Students will develop their writing voices while being guided through the various steps of the writing process.


The experienced teachers have taught grades ranging from elementary to high school. 

Sue earned a Masters Degree with a concentration in writing from Wesleyan University and B.A. in English from Amherst College. She has studied at Teacher’s College, Columbia University School of Education. She teaches elementary school language arts and is a private writing tutor. 

Tim holds a B.A. in English from Amherst and earned a Masters Degree from UPenn School of Education. Currently teaching English at an independent school, he specializes in American literature and expository writing. He also teaches ESL for elementary-school children.

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